Introduction to the revolutionary philosophy of Marxism – part one

The stark reality is that people might be better off without detailed knowledge of marxism. An avenue leading to a communist society could omit Marx’s theories as a distraction of now dated theories. The worst culprit is dialectical materialism, a near superstition of muddled dialectical superstition. Training people in marxism is counterproductive at this point: we need a clear path to a functional post-capitalist social economy. The last opportunity was completely muddled by marxist leninism…

Most people would not dream of expressing an informed opinion about brain surgery or quantum mechanics without specialized knowledge of these fields, but matters seem to be quite different when it comes to Marxism. It seems that anyone can express an opinion about Marxism without having read a single line of what Marx and Engels actually wrote. This statement applies just as much—in fact, far more—to the so-called academic experts who write books attacking Marxism, which clearly show that they have not read Marx, or if they have read a little, they have not understood a single word of it.

Source: Introduction to the revolutionary philosophy of Marxism – part one

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